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Representative LOUDERMILK BARRY

Been in congress
for 7 years

Up for Reelection
Less than a year
11/8/2022

REPRESENTATIVE
BARRY LOUDERMILK

(R)  GEORGIA - 11TH DISTRICT

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IND: D-
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(REP), NE writes
I gave you a grade of D.  I am writing this letter with great concern on the direction of this s under this new Administration all that was accomplished from the last Administration and the great direction this country was headed is all...

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(REP), OR writes
I gave you a grade of D. 1 - There will be Term Limits for Congress. Two 5 year terms for Senators and three 3 year terms for Representatives. Mandatory retirement at age 75. 2 - There will be Term Limits for all Federal and Supreme Court...

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(IND), GA writes
Today I gave you a "B". Your Nay vote on the 2018 budget actually deserves an "A", but you have voted with the neocons too many times in the past to be trustworthy.

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(IND), GA writes
I gave you another "F", for voting Yes on H. J. Res.76  "Granting the consent and approval of Congress for the Commonwealth of Virginia, the State of Maryland, and the District of Columbia to enter into a compact relating to the...

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(IND), GA writes
I gave you another "F", because you supported Paul Ryan, Boehner's hand-picked successor, for Speaker of The House. Stop pretending to be a conservative, you filthy left-wing piece of shit.

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(IND), GA writes
Congratulations, you received your first score at Grade Gov, and it’s an “F” because you voted for Boehner for Speaker of the House.

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